Well-know general and recognised author, Carlo Jean, has called for birth control as a solution to the demographic boom of Africa.
When asked by Il Giornale about what to do with immigration from Africa, Jean said the solution is birth control.
“The hygiene measures and medicines we exported to Africa have extended life expectancy and infant mortality has plummeted. In the fifties, Africans were 200 million, now they are one billion and 200 million and, at the current conditions of growth, at the end of the century will be more than 4 billion,”
“If there is no demographic transition measure, they will be one-third of humanity. For example, Nigeria will have more people than the European Union in 2050. Then what do we do?” the general explained.
Jean joins the growing number of voices who warn of the danger of mass migration from Africa due to the skyrocketing birthrates of several African countries.
A Pew Research Center study released earlier this year reveals that upwards of two-thirds of Africans want to move to Europe or the United States, with millions preparing to leave the continent behind in the next five years.
While some (Salvini, Orban, and many others) have been raising hell trying to warn Europeans to mass migration from Africa, others, like the childless globalist Emmanuel Macron have embraced the idea somewhat.
“[Africans] are mostly turning to Europe because the continent [of Europe] is not an island, because of our location, and because Europe has its destiny bound with Africa,”- Macron earlier in the year
Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission President who is yet another childless globalist, was also very supportive of the idea of mass migration from Africa, explaining that Europe “will clearly need immigration in the coming decades”. He also charmingly added that European nations should “provide [Africans] who want to come, and are able to come, and whose situation makes it possible for them to come, with legal paths to get to Europe”.
The people of Europe want their own little slice of the Earth to call home, and we, like everyone else, deserve it, and have every right to it. So let us act like it.